- published: 24 Aug 2016
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Below the Poverty Line is an award winning documentary by Edgar Lewis a journalist/television producer based in Kingston, Jamaica. It looks at persistent poverty in Kingston's inercities and how residents are coping in light of tight fiscal policies from the International Monetary Fund
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Tell the Children the Truth is an educational and entertaining, 47 minute Jamaican documentary that intends to provoke a broad discussion of ‘What it Means to be a Parent’. Historic and present day social issues associated with parenting in Jamaica including - teenage pregnancy, father absence, women’s choices, abandonment, abuse, and money, are explored through urban and rural stories in every strata of society. Professional and personal opinions from academics, artists, social organizations, peers and role models, urge our target audience, to give priority attention to parenting. The idea for the film was conceived in 2014. It was filmed and released in 2015.
Recently, Margarietta, 54, described to our staff the awful conditions of the collapsing shack where she lives with her family in Jamaica. For families like Margarietta's, home is an unsafe place where children are exposed to vermin and left vulnerable to illnesses that can lead to death. But you can change this. Donate today at www.foodforthepoor.org
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This short documentary is about Jamaica's failing Economy. We went on the road to get Jamaican's prospective on what they felt about the economy. How they felt about the Jamaican politicians not working cohesively with each other while at the same time, Trinidad & Tobago is major Jamaican companies.
Jamaica, the jewel of the Caribbean and the number one tourist destination among the islands has given so much to the world, from reggae icon Bob Marley and reggae music to World record holding Olympic athletes like Usain Bolt and More, but that is only one side. In this video we take a look at 6 steps that if implemented properly could erase most crime and poverty from this beautiful island. Dont forget to like, comment, share, subscribe and click the bell to be notified when new videos are uploaded to SOUFLOTV.
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Our visit to Jamaica. We distributed food, financial assistance and supplies
Cocoa Tea - Poverty (Official Music Video) , Cocoa Tea on the Bodo Riddim by Minor7Flat5, composed by Brotherman. Video Producer: Brotherman Video Director: Asha McHail, Ashani, Slingshot Video Productions Bodo Riddim: Drums:Leroy "Horse Mouth" Wallace Keys:Lloyd "Obeah" Denton Bass:Andrew Campbell Guitar:Brotherman Percussion: Sticky Uziah Tompson Backing Vocals: Pam Hall Backing Vocals recorded at Country Side Studio, Jamaica by Brotherman Vocals recorded at Roaring Lion Studio, Jamaica by Newton Williams Mixed at Mixing Lab Studio, Kingston, Jamaica by Lynford "Fatta" Marshall Bonanza Support: Das MooL
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